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Thursday October 12, 2017, 11:45am-1pm: Luncheon and discussion

Who are our MIT Police? We see them ensuring safety on campus whether patrolling in police cars, stopping traffic at crosswalks, walking the halls of the main group, or providing security at campus events. But how much do we know about people who call W89 home? Do we see beyond the badge and uniform? For some, those symbols are comforting, for others they induce anxiety or distress.

As members of a community committed to inclusion we must strive to build greater understanding, learn about different perspectives, and establish trust across differences. Come meet our police officers, exchange ideas, share experiences, and ask questions.

The MIT Police is committed to serving the MIT Community. The commitment is best served when members of our community, police included, know, understand, and value each other.  Please join us. Hot lunch will be served.

Register below.
Location:
MIT Stratton Student Center
Room W20-307
84 Massachusetts Avenue
(photo credit: M. Scott Brauer)
 

Events are open to all community members. We welcome people of every identity, ability/disability, and background, and will strive to meet all needs for full participation.